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six in a row. rutgers lose. caps and canucks in vancouver tonight. green is trying to recover from an ankle injury he suffered against detroit. coach boudreau said today he hopes green will be back in the lineup next weekend. the caps looking to rebound from their first loss of the season on thursday. first period down 1-0, niklas backstrom with a pass in front. gets a nice bounce. take another look. ove bounces off the net. same score later in the period, vancouver on the power play, christopher higgins, shot saved by okung. take another look, initial stop of the puck, right back to higgins whories it. michael noivert. vancouver, up 4-3 in the second period. caps need to bounce back. >> 17 wins, and now could be -- >> two straight losses. >> they'll bounce back. >>> that is our news for tonight. "saturday night live" is next. >>> we go now to washington, d.c. where mitt romney is taking questions from top republican fund raisers. >> it's such an honor to be addressing you tonight. you're the backbone of the republican party, and i think we all agree it's time for change. all right
-3. they kept vancouver on a line change. mark markus johansson escapes in. game knotted at four. daniel sedine puts it on. michael neuvirth can't corral the puck. see it again. sprawling neuvirth can't cover up the you can, out to sedine, and that's too easy. canucks take a 5-4 lead. 30 seconds later, vancouver wins the puck along the boards. sean collins on skates and struggling on skates falls down, allowing yannik hansen to get a step there. gets christopher higgins for his second goal of the game. canucks score three goals in the third and win 7-4. caps back at home on tuesday against anaheim. and right now, up in toronto, redskins losing 20-0 with less than eight minutes to play. >> boy. >> do losses in a foreign country count? >> yes. yes, they do. >> was we're there anyway. dan hellie's there. >> i don't know if that's going to rally them to wane at this point. >> that's it for us. "nightly news" is next. see you back here after the cowboys and eagles. [ male announcer ] want to achieve more with your money? pnc virtual wallet gathers your spending and saving in one place. credit and de
's chances to make the playoffs took a hit last night when vancouver scored the first minute of both halves to beat the team 2-1. united is five points behind ninth place the order for the final wild-card spot. >>> the texas rangers are just one victory away from the world series. right now they are tied at 2-2 in the sixth inning. the brewers and cardinals play game 4 tonight in st. louis. it >>> time is running out for your chance for a trip to the country music awards. >> it includes round-trip air fare to nashville hotel stay, and tickets to the awards show. just go to wjla.com/facebook. >>> steve has dramatic video? >> this is where they sustained quite a bit of damage earlier today, a picture on the weather computer. this is a plantation home that dates back to 1746. also sustained a lot of damage during the earthquake. the skies have really cleared out since then, the past couple hours. we still have strong storms outside. the video? this is the same plantation home, showing the roof after it was ripped off. no reports of any additional tornadoes, but as we move through the evening,
. he fires and scores, 3-2, canucks. vancouver piles it on, and kessler can't get it in. he lights it up. the canucks win 7-4. to nascar, tony stewart with the lead trying to hold off jimmy johnson. he is able to keep the lead and take the flag. newton continues to prove people wrong, with 3 interceptions, but he has 5 250 yard passing games one against the skins. >> we forgot about that. we haven ew new stories. a look, every day we're using more and more energy. the world needs more energy. where's it going to come from? ♪ ♪ that's why right here in australia, chevron is building one of the biggest natural gas projects in the world. enough power for a city the size of singapore for 50 years. what's it going to do to the planet? natural gas is the cleanest conventional fuel there is. we've got to be smart about this. it's a smart way to go. ♪ ♪ >> puss in boots is the top dog at the box office. it earned $34 million doubling the take of "paranormal activity 3." "in time" was third followed by footloose and the rum diary. >> we have a spooky daily iwonder.
bowling pins. they win it 64-14. to hockey. washington vancouver was supposed to be the stanley cup matchup last season and canucks held up their end of the bargain and we know what happened to the caps and they have gotten off to a hot 7-1 start and vancouver and the is a dean twins, a little slow out of the game are gate and tonight they meet at rogers arena, british columbia, the setting, and remember, he hadn't scored early now. and he is taking care of that. and that's a bomb. and that's the fourth of the year. and then in the second period. his 100th power play goal. it is 3-3 right now. and heading into the end of the second period on to the third. so that could be a good one coming down the stretch. to pwaurblgs -- basketball, players and owners not able to agree on the revenue split. vasquez, maryland terrapins, he is talking about what he is up to while getting ready to go back to work. >> i play with the national team had. a great summer. it was a great experience for me. so i just have been enjoying that and finished that about a month ago. and i took two weeks off a lit
.s./canadian border. you can drive to vancouver in about 2 1/2 hours. >> i love to do that. >> the city surrounded by water. the puget sound to the west and lake washington to the east. it's the largest city in the state. this amazes me 608,000 residents. you would think it would be more. that's why it's so cozy. or they like to call themselves seattlites. >> it was known as the queen city and as a result of a contest it was renamed the emerald city. because of its lush evergreen forest. look what we 'learned since we've been here. >> it's gorgeous here. it's a big city with a smalltown feel. i love the cobblestone streets, i love the yodel salmon. >> but you have to be careful if you cross the street. >> do not break the rules. >> if you jaywalk -- first of all, there could be no traffic coming. >> nothing. nobody is anywhere around. >> you're not allowed to cross the street until you get the "walk" sign and people will call you on it around here. >> they are polite about it, but they are not polite when you do it. i've been on this mad schedule. so forgive me, but i was stunned by it. i couldn't
in chicago. winnipeg and vancouver as well. not so in europe. 15 degrees, no. here we're getting the summer we didn't get through the summer. almost october, but temperatures across much of europe are in the 20s, even the upper 20s here. we'll see wet weather moving up through ireland and scotland and then over the ridge of high pressure through in towards western russia that is. but have a look at the temperatures, 29 in london. 28 in paris. can't argue with that. even 25 for you in berlin. 16 in stockholm, so cooling down here. just 11 in moscow. unfortunately you're not getting any of the warmth. but if you are getting it, please do enjoy it i'm sure that autumn is just around the corner. i'll leave you now with your extended forecast. >>> that's our broadcast for this hour on "newsline," we'll be back with more news in half an hour. i'm michio kijima in tokyo. thank you for watching. bye-bye. >> "california's gold" is seen statewide on california public television. this series is endorsed by the california teachers association, the california school boards association,
. there is another system in washington, d.c., denver, minneapolis, boston. coming soon will be new york, a vancouver, and chicago, all online to launch in the spring or summer of 2012. bicycles are typically -- there is actually a wide range of bicycles in the system, but i will focus on the system that will likely to be found here in san francisco. these are very advanced systems. the bicycles are designed from the ground up as public bicycles, so they are designed to be left out in the public realm. they are unisex-type step through frames, internal gears so there are not many parts that can be broken, lights which run on generators, keep shining once they stop, fenders, seats that cannot be removed. as well, all the parts on them are proprietary and are designed to be removed only with special tools. they could not be put to use somewhere else. the actual stations themselves consist of individual stocks that a bike in gauges into and locked securely into. typically, there is a kiosk, like a atm system, with a touch screen pat, perhaps with a solar map, for power. we will be specifying an rfp here
out as the cards beat the rangers 6-2. the 11th time in franchise history. also the caps in vancouver tonight against the canucks. it appears they will once again be without mike green. >> okay, thank you lindsey. that does it for us at 6:00. we are back at 10:00 and for the news edge at 11:00. no baseball tonight, how about that. blain
and was not injured. >>> and an amazing survival story this morning, a canadian hiker was missing north of vancouver, british columbia. he was finally rescued after ten days lost in the wilderness. deborah has the story. >> reporter: it's a popular site for hikers, especially in the fall if it weather is perfect, as it has been recently. that's what brought michael san leraunt here. but what started as a simple day hike turned into a story for survival. for ten days, he was lost in these mountain wes no food, no bottled water and no cell phone. >> a search effort was launched after his car was found here abandon. the problem was, he was nowhere close to where he started his hike. >> i could hear them. they didn't hear me. then on the third day, i started hallucinating. >> reporter: they searched in the air as well as by foot. >> i'm quite sure he saw them, but he could not raise the alert. it may have been because he couldn't yell because he was so dehydrated. but i can tell you one thing, he had written on his forearm all his information just like, when uven my body, this is who i am. so he had res
team in hockey. edmonton shattered in vancouver before returning tuesday to face the ducks. bruce boudreau knows that a good start is just that, a good start. practice this morning, caps goalie volkoun had a 32-save effort against the redwigs on side and -- red wings on saturday. and michael noibert could get the start. he hasn't played since the opener and being hit in the right foot with the puck. ovechkin with three goals and 7 points and seven games. as the coached, it's contagious. this is what else he had to say about the great start and the team competition that contributes to it? >> i think they're pushing themselves. they want to be better, you know, and you have a lot of players playing well. so, they know if they led up, someone's going to be playing better than them and probably play ahead of them. >> i still think we have a lot of room to improve and that, i think, is the scarry thing. we -- scarry thing. we won and i think we played 30, 40% of our potential. i still think there is so much room to improve. >> today, the redskins place tell hightower and chris cooley o
northwest, very dramatically different here. 14 degrees in seattle as well as in vancouver. and just ten up towards the north in winnipeg. as we head now into europe, things are looking fairly calm and settled here. there is a very big storm looming, you can see how threatening it looks leer. lots of winds and wet weather to come. but for the time being, we're getting a bit of a break across the british isles and the scandinavian peninsula as well as much of western and central europe. it will be stormy in the southeast. italy seeing some nasty storms moving in and it's going to be chilly out towards the east. have a look at these temperatures, we're really into the single digits for the highs now. just six in moscow, nine in stockholm, nine in warsaw and seven in kiev. over towards the west, looking better for you, 17 in paris, as well as in london. 28 in madrid, still 33 in lis n lisbon, finally the temperatures start to come down. i think we'll be seeing the mid 20s by sunday. here, now, is your extended forecast. >>> that's our broadcast for this hour on "newsline," we'll be back with
in vancouver. clouds moving on into continental europe and the dry weather is about to change. windy weather for the british isles as well as scandinavia. windier weather will spread through the rest of the uk. this frontal system is going to head on in, start bringing a round of rain into continental europe, rain band will stretch anywhere from the northern end of the iberian peninsula all the way up toward the baltic states. so what are conditions for a change? it's been dry for the past few days definitely here. as that frontal system comes on in a lot cooler weather will also start to invade europe. 15 for your high in london. paris comes in in the upper teens. berlin at 21. 13 for stockholm. the south still looking quite warm. especially the iberian peninsula, madrid, expecting a high of 32 degrees. that's a look at your weather conditions for now, up and next is your three-day outlook. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> our lead story this hour, one of the most powerful politicians in japan is going on trial in just two hours. ichiro ozawa, the former leader of this country's main governing democrati
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at very heavy rain as well as gusts up to about 100 kilometers per hour in some areas. vancouver, 15 degrees, toronto 13, looking at washington, at 14 degrees. here in europe, though, we've got no clouds whatsoever. just around this area as you can see, high pressure dominating, it's a ginormous high pressure system. this low pressure system over there in the north is going to be bringing gusty conditions as well as very heavy rain in some areas, scotland will be seeing some showers as well. but otherwise, looking very warm out here. moscow cooler at 11 degrees and stockholm, 16. but vienna, 25 degrees, as well as rome and 22 in paris, madrid looking at 29 degrees. so a taste of summer coming back to you in europe. here's our extended forecast. >>> that's our broadcast for this hour on "newsline." we'll be back with more news in half an hour. i'm michio kijima in tokyo. thank you for watching. bye-bye.
for all budgets. in vancouver, permits cost $100 per day. new mexico, $25 per day. in louisiana they are free. these are states already offering incentives we can't compete with. this legislation well make our permits more affordable and continue to make it as attractive as possible. this has always been and continues to be about jobs here in san francisco. our film rebate program has been successful, bringing in series such as milk and trauma. we have talked about a committee commanding this and looking at the stats of the film rebate program over the past few years. later in role call we will be introducing a request to make sure we analyze all competing jurisdictions throughout the country and in canada in terms of what they offer film production crews to come into town not just in the form of rebates, but other incentives that we will be able to provide here in san francisco to have a competitive environment. i would like to mention that if anyone has any questions, suzanna robbins is here to answer any questions you might have, and i would thank you for your support. superv
. >>> there are reports 25-year-old actor shia labeouf got into a violent altercation outside a vancouver bar last week. internet video has been circulating of a man resembling labeouf on the ground being repeatedly punched in the head by a drunken man. >>> this is go you don't see every day. a little frightening, especially if you're like me, oompa-loompa hit the streets of new york to celebrate the an verse of the classic film "willie wonka and the chocolate factory". >>> and pat triswaysy has been immortalized in wax at madame tussaud's. the late actor's widow was on hand for the unveiling. >>> and finally, an interview clip of what appears to be harry bellefonte sleeping during a live television interview has gone viral. a rep for the 84-year-old actor says his ear piece wasn't working, so he took it out and he was just meditating. bill does that all the time. you just can't see him off camera. >>> this comes to us from wrc news 4 in washington, d.c. where a team of haitian earthquake survivors provided special motivation for a group of american heroes. as a way of saying thank you for u.s. earthqu
in winnipeg at seven degrees for the high. 13 in seattle and vancouver, different story down here in the southwest. los angeles, 31 degrees, it should be back down to about average on your saturday. so coming back to the mid 20s for your high. as we head into europe, we have this big massive cloud coming down across the british isles, i think the wet weather is going to start probably by your friday night you can start to see the showers coming in. the rest of western europe, central europe, northern europe, too, looking not too bad. at the moment you can see the showers coming into western norway for the time being. high pressure is in control. we will see the storms continuing to the southeast. heavy rain coming into you in greece and precipitation out to the east. probably falling for you as snow in ukraine as well as belarus, we're looking for single-digit highs, moscow, four for a high in the middle of october. 17 in london, a lot better than you had through most of the summer months, and a little cooler but still well above average in iberia. here's your extended forecast. >
in vancouver, with 15 degrees, and 14 in seattle. finally, let's go over to europe then. we can see a long rain band from the british isles through northern germany into western russia. underneath the system, we are seeing heavy rain and scattered thunderstorms. the 4e6 eeest rain across the baltic states and it is very windy across northern parts of germany. as for the british isles, things are dryer wednesday afternoon. meanwhile, lots of thunderstorms erupting across turkey and stormy conditions will linger the next couple of days. to the south, things are very dry and mild. temperatures are looking like this. we are expecting 27 degrees in rome. cool in stockholm. 13 in berlin. here is the extended forecas of "newsline." i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. thanks for joining us.
for the west coast. l.a. only at 19, 16 for seattle, then 14 degrees in vancouver. taking a look at europe here. clouds are starting to move into continental europe. that dry weather is about to change. we are looking at windy weather right now for the british isles as well as the scandinavian peninsula. strong gusts have been reported across ireland and windier weather will spread to the rest of the uk as well today. this frontal system will head on in, start bringing a rond of rain into continental europe. rain band will stretch from the northern end of the iberian peninsula up to the baltic states. so weather conditions for a change, it's been dry for the past few days definitely here. as that frontal system comes on in, a lot more cooler air will also start to invade europe. we're looking at only 15 for your high in london. really starting to drop here. paris, too, comes in in the upper teens. berlin at 21. the south still looking quite warm, especially the iberian peninsula, madrid 30 degrees, lisbon coming in at 31. that's a look at your weather conditions for now. up next is your three-d
side of the jet stream, you're looking at vancouver at 14 degrees. here in europe you've got a couple of fronts coming into the central parts of the continent. this is a cold front which will be bringing very strong winds and also some rain. which may be heavy at times. here in the scandinavian peninsula, especially western coast of norway, we'll see strong gusts up to 85 kilometers per hour. plus strong winds, so higher elevations, we may see snow accumulate and it may trigger some traffic disturbance. the very strong winds in the british isles will be gradually diminishing. here are your temperatures, london, cooler than yesterday, down towards the mid teens. 16 degrees also in paris, but still, lisbon, pretty warm at 27 degrees. here are your extended forecasts. >>> that's our broadcast for this hour on "newsline." we'll be back with more news in half an hour. i'm michio kijima in tokyo. thank you for watching. bye-bye.
this kind of path. and the rain is going to be up to about 100 millimeters in some areas. vancouver at 11 degrees, seattle at 12, just around this area, northern rockies especially, we will be looking at winter weather to come for you. we do want to be aware of that. houston at 31. oklahoma city at 27. and just around this area, it's a good recipe for critical fire risks, so that warning is in effect in oklahoma, kansas and panhandle of texas. new york at 18 degrees. heading over to europe, we have disturbance just over the british isles. low pressure system and this cold front will be bringing some severe weather to come. just in british isles. just a few showers and some strong winds to come. but this could be nasty. just around france and then towards the alpines and italy. we may see some severe thunderstorms even to pop up there. but out towards the east, a different story. looking pretty dry. scandinavian peninsula, also dominated by the high pressure system. but just in the eastern area of the black sea, we have an upper-level low disturbance. and we know that this is van, just aro
some time. 23 in l.a. and we're just in the midteens in vancouver as well as seattle. coming now into europe. well, we have got this big low pressure system across the north and it is really going to be bringing some very gusty winds right across scandinavia, as well as the baltic states. you can see that extends through poland and germany too. meanwhile, things are startg to calm down a little bit for you in the british isles. not going to last for very ng we have another round of wet and windy weather coming . it is going to be chilltoo and you can actually expect widespadrost to greet you thursday morning across much o the british isles, especially up towards the north. then we have this are of rain and storms just dashing across the alpine region coming in towards the northern balkans. that's going to be increasing in strength as it goes. temperaturewise, let's take a look at what is happening on thursday. 8 degrees in stockholm, 9 in moscow, 10 in warsaw, 10 in berlin. we're struggling to stay in the double digits for the highs across much of the continent. 23 in athens, 21
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had a group of planners from vancouver come in, and they shared with me there japantown planning ideas. the first document they pull that was exactly the document that i am is seeking, which identifies the resources, i did was the justification for why these resources need some element of protection or incentives to protect them in their district. it was fabulous to sort of see that was not totally thinking outside the box, that other planners elsewhere in north america were thinking along the same lines. so we need to keep working on the design standards. we need to keep working on the ncd modifications so we get those as right as we possibly can. we need to continue working with the city family working group on this ownership idea. then we need to pull this all together into a brand new document. we will have to go through an environmental review process for that document, as we do with all of our documents. we're not quite sure what level of environmental analysis that this will take, but according to the timeline that i have put into your packet, the possibility of creating this do
're expecting 31 degrees in houston and heating up to 37 in los angeles, but stays very seasonal in vancouver with only 14 degrees and 10 degrees in winnipeg. now for europe, a long rain band is still stretching across continental europe, bringing heavy rain as well as scattered thunderstorms. the heaviest rain can be found across central germany, and the rain will move southward and reach southern italy as well as the baltic states in the next 24 hours. meanwhile, a lot of thunderstorms are still erupting across northern turkey. those stormy conditions should ease as we head into thursday afternoon. and heavy rain still continues across the northern cokros cros corner -- northwestern corner of russia and it continues to be west for the next couple days pf as for temperatures we're expecting 31 degrees in madrid and 33 in lisbon. stays very chilly in the north. only 8 degrees in stockholm and 8 degrees, same goes for moscow. and 13 degrees in berlin, and the same goes for vienna. here's your extended forecast. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> and that wraps up this edition of "newsline." i'm catherine koba
. 13 in seattle and vancouver, different story down here in the southwest. los angeles, 31 degrees, it should be back down to about average on your saturday. so coming back to the mid 20s for your high. as we head into europe, we have this big massive cloud coming down across the british isles, i think the wet weather is going to start probably by your friday night you can start to see the showers coming in. the rest of western europe, central europe, northern europe, too, looking not too bad. at the moment you can see the showers coming into western norway for the time being. high pressure is in control. we will see the storms continuing to the southeast. heavy rain coming into you in greece and precipitation out to the east. probably falling for you as snow in ukraine as well as belarus, we're looking for single-digit highs, moscow, four for a high in the middle of october. 17 in london, a lot better than you had through most of the summer months, and a little cooler but still well above average in iberia. here's your extended forecast. >>> giant patchwork quilts carrying message
in vancouver with 14 degrees and 10 degrees in winnipeg. now for europe, a long rain band is across continental europe bringing heavy rain and scattered thunderstorms. the heaviest rain can be found across central germany and the rain will move southward and reach italy and the baltics in the next 24 hours. a lot of thunderstorms are still erupting across northern turkey. the stormy conditions should ease as we head to thursday afternoon. heavy rains still continuing across the northwestern corner of russia and it will continue to be wet for the next couple of days. as for temperatures, we expect a 31 degrees in madrid and 33 in liis is chilly in the north. 8 degrees in stockholm and the same goes for moscow. 13 degrees in and the same goes for vienna. here's your extended forecast. >>> that concludes this edition of "newsline" in tokyo.
, hitting 31 degrees. on the other side of the jet stream, very cool. seattle at 13. vancouver at 14 degrees. here in europe, continental europe looking very pretty dry here and no clouds, but we have a disturbance in the british isles and scandinavia peninsula. norway, in the mountains, we may see some snow. and the winds are going to be about up to 54 kilometers per hour, so windy and wet conditions will be prevailing here. the british isles looking very unstable as well. that system will be moving in towards the central continental europe in the next coming days. so looking very unstable. but as of now, still warm in vienna, 24. 25 in rome. and the iberian peninsula, summery weather in the low 30s. here is our extended forecasts. >>> that's our broadcast for this hour on "newsline." we'll be back with more news in half an hour. i'm michio kijima in tokyo. thank you for watching. bye-bye.
's going to be cool in vancouver with 15 degrees and 14 in seattle. finally we will go over to europe. we can see a long rain stretching for the british isles into western russia. we are seeing heavy rain and scattered thunderstorms. the heaviest rain can be found across the baltic sea and it's windy across the northern parts of germany. as for the british isles, things will be dryer as we head to wednesday. the thunderstorms are erupting across turkey and the stormy conditions will linger for the . to the south, things are dry and mild. temperures are looking like this. we are expecting 27 degrees in rome and 30 in madrid. it's cool in stockholm. we are expecting only 9 degrees and 14 degrees in berlin. here's the extended forecast. >>> that wraps upthis edition in tokyo. do stay with us.
are expecting 12 degrees in vancouver, 14 in seattle. 22 in oklahoma city. finally let's go over to europe. a system is moving through the northern british isles, spreading rain. the system will then move to the southern scandinavian peninsula. cold precipitation and strong winds will effect this region through friday. to the south, severe weather across southern italy and western balkan peninsula. things getting clearer here, but western balkan west through friday. stays dry through most of continental europe. 11 degrees in paris. 10 in berlin, 8 in warsaw. 20 degrees in madrid and 25 in lisbon. here is the extended forecast. blab that wraps up this edition of "newsline." i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. do stay with us. i'm catherine k tokyo. do stay with us. >>> our first pick this week, a science program known for breathtaking misty scenery. its milky fog is on an island. the fog formed on the ocean surface some 500 kilometers away. the latest filming technology captured the mechanism behind its journey. >>> next, a program on mal asia. an islamic country with unique export strategy.
at the highest elevations on snow especially across mountains of british columbia. vancouver as well as for seattle in high teens. we expect 23 degrees in denver on tuesday. finally getting a look at europe here, some strong storms are going to be possible for this southeast corner of europe across the southern end of the balkan peninsula and over into turkey. you may see stronger thunderstorms, and looking active along this long frontal system across the northern end of europe today. we're looking at cold rain, upper elevation of snow as well as winds especially, winds strong along this northern end of continental europe. as for those temperatures, definitely looking cooler. moscow into the single digits now. 9 degrees only expected for the high. looking at 16 in berlin and then 19 for both london and paris. on the other hand it's sunny for the ibearian peninsula and the same in lisbon. that's a look at your weather conditions for now, and here is your three-day outlook. >>> that wraps up this edition of "newsline." do stay with us.
. temperatures looking like this. we are expecting 12 degrees in vancouver and 14 in seattle. houston will return to a seasonal 28 degrees and 22 in oklahoma city. finally let's go over to europe. a system is moving through the northern british isles spreadine southern scandinavian peninsula. cold winds expected. down towards the south, severe weather can be found throughout italy as well as the balkan peninsula. the west peninsula will remain wet throughout friday. on the other hand it stays dry and settled across continental europe. we're expecting 11 degrees in paris, 10 in berlin, and 8 in warsaw. but 20 degrees in madrid and 25 in lisbon. here is your extended forecast. >>> our lead story this hour, libya's national transitional council says its forces have killed deposed leader muammar al gadhafi and one of his sons. citizens are celebrating in the capital tripoli. the ntc leader announced that its fighters have killed gadhafi and his fourth son. that was in sirte, central libya. sirte s the last stronghold for gadhafi loyalists. he disappeared when the council took control of tripoli in au
to about 100 millimeters in some areas. vancouver at 11 degrees, seattle at 12, just around this area, northern rockies especially, we will be looking at winter weather to come for you. we do want to be aware of that. houston at 31. oklahoma city at 27. and just around this area, it's a good recipe for critical fire risks, so that warning is in effect in oklahoma, kansas and panhandle of texas. new york at 18 degrees. heading over to europe, we have disturbance just over the british isles. low pressure system and this cold front will be bringing some severe weather to come. just in british isles. just a few showers and some strong winds to come. but this could be nasty. just around france and then towards the alpines and italy. we may see some severe thunderstorms even to pop up there. but out towards the east, a different story. looking pretty dry. scandinavian peninsula, also dominated by the high pressure system. but just in the eastern area of the black sea, we have an upper-level low disturbance. and we know that this is van, just around turkey, where the earthquake hit and some
como le fue al dc untied anoche en vancouver. pues les cuento que los whitecaps ya eliminidado del playoffs derroto 2-1 a dc united, con goles de camilo da silva recien al minuto de juego y cuando se iniciaba el segundo tiempo tambien le anotaron el segundo gol a los capitalinos por medio de long tan. el descuento del dc united llego a los 57 minutos con brandon mcdonals. no le alcanzo al dc united que le restan 3 partidos de la temporada regular y en casa que debe ganar y tambien esperar algunos resulados para poder clasificar. este sabado dc united recibe al ya eliminado chicago fire y que perdio anoche 2-1 ante fc dallas.por la copa sudamericana independiente de argentina jugando de local derroto anoche 1-0 a liga deportiva universitaria de quito con anotacion de leonel nunez a los 45 minutos del primer tiempo, pero clasifico a los cuartos de final los ecuatorianos por haber ganado en la ida 2-0, tenemos imagenes y reaccion. la federacion mexicana de futbol recibio la noticia de wada. que los jugadores antonio naelson "sinha", guillermo ochoa, francisco javier rodrÍguez, edgar
perdiendo 1-0 ante whitecap de vancouver. hasta aqui los deportes. n esto nos despedimos.
lamentalemnte otra derrota del dc untied en vancouver. los whitecaps ya eliminidado del playoffs derroto 2-1 a dc united, con goles de camilo da silva recien al minuto de juego y cuando se iniciaba el segundo tiempo tambien le anotaron el segundo gol por medio de long tan. el descuento del dc united llego a los 57 minutos con brandon mcdonals. al dc united le restan 3 partidos de la temporada regular y en casa que debe ganar y tambien esperar algunos resultados para poder clasificar. este sabado dc united recibe al ya eliminado chicago fire. estamos a solo horas para la inauguracion de los juegos panamericanos en guadalajara, y el presidente de la conade nos cuanta que todo esta listo y segun reportes, la tormenta que azota la region se sera problema. hasta aqui los deportes, buenas noches a todos
los cerveceros contra los cardinales por la mls esta noche dc united juega en vancouver contra los whitecaps partido programado para las 10 de la noche, hasta aqui los deportes, mas esta noche solo a las once.
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